Isn’t he the cutest little scarecrow you’ve ever seen? This is from the Cookie Cutter Halloween stamp set (now retired). And, you just stamp the little guy on some crumb cake and give him a swish and a swoosh with the aqua painter and there you go! Little unscary scarecrow!
I got the idea for the jack-o-lantern from another demo’s site (I can’t remember who now…) of just punching out a circle and stapling on the kraft rope trim to be the stem. And, I love pairing of the pumpkin pie and razzleberry colors. Makes for a very cheerful Halloween!
Pop on over to Anne and Cheryl to see what festivities they have for this season!!
I just LOVE succulents. They’re so cute. And the little mini pots of mini succulents… omg…my fave. Except, I kill plants. And everyone tells me–oh you can’t kill a succulent—but I AM THAT TALENTED. I can. Totally can kill them. SO. When this stamp set came out, Live, Love, Grow, I knew I needed it. (Sorry, but it is now retired). It is the solution to my murderous nature when it comes to plants.
The colors here are so easy… Emerald envy is the darker green and the silvery-green is the mint macaroon (retired). The little flower punch (retired) is flirty flamingo.
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So, when we got the color Flirty Flamingo, I fell in love with it immediately. It’s the perfect mix between pink and coral and perfectly cheerful. And, I’ve always been attracted to this Kinda Eclectic stamp set, but never really sure of what to do with it. Until the color and the calendar came along…
And BAM. You have a butterfly flying in the sunset. Hee Hee… I like the look of a bold color with a very neutral and graphic background.
When it comes to card making (and calendars) I feel that I am being drawn more and more to simplicity in both color and design.
Go check out what Anne and Cheryl have for you!
Normally I do a 4th of July special for this month, but I decided this year to go a little tropical for this month~
I LOVE this monstera leaf stamp (from Pop of Paradise stamp set). It is so wonderfully tropical and perfect for Hawaii (and happy summer vibes). The flowers are from Botanical Blooms (and this set has a great coordinating set of framelits, but sadly, it just retired.)
Enjoy the 4th with family and friends!
Head on over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!
I love a good Kansas Summer evening… that comes complete with the magical presence of FIREFLIES I just LOVE them. It’s so pretty to look out across the yard and see the little bits of glowing floating around in the trees. So, when this Jar of Love stamp set came out I KNEW IMMEDIATELY it was going to have to be in my calendar. And that it had to be for JUNE.
So, the colors in this month are very simple. The pink is the flirty flamingo. I used Sahara Sand to stamp the jar, handle, and fireflies. (A tiny bit of masking with a post-it to make the bow not be too big for the jar neck). And, then I colored the fly behinds with the daffodil marker and added a smudge of wink of stella (Stella doesn’t like it’s picture taken apparently…so hard to get it to show up on photographs…)
Now I can have my fireflies in Hawaii…
Go see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!
As I mentioned in March, Hawaii has a tradition of celebrating Girls’ Day and Boys’ Day. Well, March was for the girls. And MAY is for the boys! May 5 to be exact. And, the tradition is to fly a flag off the porch that has the carp on it. One for each male member in the family. So…
Here is our BOYS’ Day FLAG! (I technically need 3 flags for my family, but we have to pretend here). This cute little fish comes from the Jar of Love stamp set. (A set that has SO MANY possibilities. You most definitely need it).
Go see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!!
Hello! I am publishing this post to let you know I added a page to my blog (up at the top where it says Home, About, Hannie Joy’s Pitty Paste or click HERE!) Some of you already know I’ve been making deodorant for a while! Started making it for my husband. And, it has been so fabulous I’ve been making it and selling! AND, I’m in a couple shops on Maui!! (go check out Sunkissed Wahine in Kihei). Anyway, Several people have been wanting to order so I made a page here to make it easier to order.
I am also posting because I got new tubes and I really like them so I wanna show them off (hee hee….).
Everything is all natural and I can pronounce every ingredient. Which is one reason why I really like this stuff too. And, my husband doesn’t stink. It’s the main reason why I like this deodorant. 🙂
All made on Maui in my kitchen in Waikapu.
I am also wanting to announce the upcoming Mother’s Day craft sale that will occur on my STREET! Ulu Kanu! (These deodorants will be available there too!!)